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Current Proteomics

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Volume 19, Issue 5, 2022

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cp Editor-in-Chief cp_ebm_basak_001 Basak Ajoy Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Ottawa Hospital Research Institute University of Ottawa Ottawa ON Canada

Dr. Basak is an Adjunct Professor in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, U Ottawa, Canada. He is also a Scientist, Natural Pharmasciences Research & Development Inc, Ottawa as well as an Affiliate Investigator, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. He has more than 30 years of experience in research, teaching and drug design aimed at the treatment, detection and diagnosis of illnesses like neurological disorders, hypercholesterolemia/CVD, infectious disease, cancer and pregnancy disorders. Also Dr. Basak has authored more than 140 manuscripts, 170 conference presentations, 22 proceedings, supervised >75 graduate, undergraduate and post-doctoral students for Honors, Masters, PhD and MD degrees.

Ajoybasak1@gmail.com
Co-Editor cp_ebm_hao-lin_001 Lin Hao School of Life Science and Technology University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) Chengdu China

Dr. Hao Lin is a Professor of the Center for Informational Biology at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. He received his Ph.D. from Inner Mongolia University, P.R. China in 2007. His research studies are focused on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology. He has published over 170 peer-reviewed papers in SCI-indexed journals. His publications have been cited over 10,000 times with an H-index of 67 in Google Scholar (update in 2022.8). Total of 45 papers were selected as highly cited papers from ESI. In 2018, he was awarded the Highly Cited Scholar by Clarivate analytics.

Regional Editors cp_ebm_wu_001 Wu FangXiang Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon SK Canada

FangXiang Wu is a full professor in the College of Engineering, Department of Computer Science at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Dr. Wu received his B. Sc. degree and M. Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics from Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China in 1990 and 1993, respectively. His first Ph.D. was in Control Theory and Its Applications from Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China, in 1998, and the second Ph.D. was in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology from University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, in 2004. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Laval University Medical Research Center, Quebec City, Quebec.

faw341@mail.usask.ca faw341@gmail.com
cp_ebm_you-z_001 You Zhuhong Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences Urumqi China

Zhu-Hong You (M’14) received his B.E. degree in Electronic Information Science and Engineering from Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in control science and engineering from University of Science & Technology of China (USTC), Hefei, China, in 2010. He was a postdoctoral research fellow respectively in Tongji University, Shanghai, China and in Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In July 2015, he entered into China University of Mining and Technology as Professor. In 2016, he joined the Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences as the Recipient of “Hundred Talents Program of CAS”.

zhuhongyou@ms.xjb.ac.cn
Country Editor cp_ebm_you-z_002 Wang Yang Department of Environmental Science Henan University of Science and Technology Luoyang China

Dr. Yang Wang is a professor at the Department of Animal Science and Technology, Henan University of Science and Technology, China. Dr. Wang received his B.Sc. Degree from the Department of Animal Science and Technology, Anhui Agriculture University and received his M. Sc. Degree from Sichuan Agriculture University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Nanjing Agriculture University. He was a postdoctoral research fellow respectively in Tufts University, Boston, USA and in USF University, Tampa, USA. He also worked as a visiting scholar at Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec.

wangyocean@163.com
Section Editor cp_ebm_naveena_001 Maheswarappa Naveena B. ICAR-National Research Centre on Meat Hyderabad India

Dr. Naveena, B. Maheswarappa is a Principal Scientist at ICAR-National Research Centre on Meat, Hyderabad, India. He received his Master’s and PhD from ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute specialized in physical, chemical and enzymatic methods for improving the texture of meat. Dr. Naveena was a post-doctoral scientist at University of Connecticut, USA and a visiting scholar at Oklahoma State University, USA. His main research areas are use of high-throughput proteomic tools for understanding muscle food quality, lipid-protein interaction, authentication of meat species from raw and cooked meat mixes and food safety management system. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed Journal articles, 5 books, 7 book chapters and 4 patents.

naveenlpt@rediffmail.com
cp_ebm_chen-l_001 Chen Lei Orcid Department of Computer Science Shanghai Maritime University Shanghai China Computational Proteomics and Bioinformatics

Dr. Lei Chen is an associate professor of computer science at Shanghai Maritime University. He obtained his Ph.D. from East China Normal University, China, in 2010. His research interest includes bioinformatics, proteomics, computational biology, graph theory. Up to now, he has published 140 refereed papers. Google scholar showed that his papers have been cited more than 2300 times. Thirteen papers were selected as ESI Highly Cited Paper. Now, he serves as the section editor for this journal and Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, editorial board member for Current Bioinformatics, The Open Bioinformatics Journal, reviewer for Mathematical Reviews.

chen_lei1@163.com
Frontiers Section Editor cp_ebm_manoj-k_001 Kashyap Manoj K. Stem Cell Institute Amity Medical School Amity University Haryana Haryana India Cancer Genomics/Proteomics

Dr. Manoj K. Kashyap obtained his Ph.D. degree (Specialty: Biotechnology) in 2011 in collaboration with Institute of Bioinformatics, Bangalore, India, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA. Since Sep 2017, Dr. Kashyap is an Assistant Professor at the School of Life and Allied Health Sciences, Glocal University, Saharanpur, India. Currently, he is involved in finding the molecular mechanism of RNA splicing using splicing modulators in gastro-intestinal cancers through genomics/proteomics approaches. He is also involved in targeting the receptor-ligand axis to overcome the protection by the tumor microenvironment. Dr. Kashyap, as an author/co-author, has published more than 35 articles in various journals.

manojkkashyap@gmail.com
Editorial Board Members cpps_ebm_Goswami-sh_001 Goswami Mukunda ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education | CIFE • Genetics & Biotechnology Mumbai India

Dr. Mukunda Goswami is presently working as a Principal Scientist at ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Mumbai. He did his Masters and Ph.D. in fisheries science from ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai and did his Post-Doctoral research at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Dr. Goswami was at NBFGR, Lucknow as a Senior Scientist from 2008 to 2015 and was part of the research team as one of the active researchers for the development of fish cell lines and also a National Repository of Fish Cell Lines for the first time in the country. He has published more than 50 research papers in high impact factor international journals.

ankvivek@gmail.com
cpps_ebm_Sharma-sh_001 Sharma Vivek Orcid Center for Research and development Chandigarh university Ajitgarh India 000-0002-1559-111X https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=vivek+sharma+trichoderma https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=bTrrP9QAAAAJ&hl=en

Dr. Vivek Sharma Did his PhD from CSIR IHBT Palampur. He expertise’s includes characterization and overexpression of extracellular proteins from microbes. Dr. Sharma has published more than 30 international research articles and edited two international books. He is in the editorial board of prestigious journals and reviewed for more than two dozens of journals.

ankvivek@gmail.com
cpps_ebm_Subramanian-sh_001 Subramanian Perumal Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology Annamalai University Chidambaram India

Perumal Subramanian is currently Professor at Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India. He completed his Ph.D. on the functioning of biological clock in experimental depression in rats. He has been a Visiting Professor at Universite Paris Sud, Paris, France in 2005 and at Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 2013 to 2020 for a period of two months in each other. His research areas include Molecular Chronobiology, Cancer and Proteomics. He has completed five research projects from Indian funding agencies and has published about 121 papers in Web of Science indexed (mostly Q1) journals. He had authored 7 book chapters and is a recipient of UGC-mid career award. He has guided 21 Ph.D students so far and currently 5 Ph.D students and one PDF student are working with him.

psub@rediffmail.com
cpps_ebm_Sathe-sh_001 Sathe Gajanan Institute of Bioinformatics International Tech Park Bangalore India

Dr. Gajanan J. Sathe obtained his PhD degree from Manipal Academy of Higher Education in Manipal, India for the work that he carried out at the Institute of Bioinformatics in Bangalore. During his PhD studies, he worked on curcumin-induced signalling in head and neck cancer. He also worked in Dr Akhilesh Pandey’s laboratory at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the USA on proteomic profiling of brain and cerebrospinal fluid for identification of a biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease. At IOB, he is employing cutting-edge mass spectrometry-based proteomics technologies to discover biomarkers and therapeutic targets in a variety of human diseases.

gajanan@ibioinformatics.org
cp_ebm_kumar_gv_001 Kumar Garlapati V. Deparment Biotechnology/Bioinformatics Jaypee University of Information Technology Waknaghat India

Dr. Garlapati received his Ph.D. in Microbial (Enzyme) Technology from IIT Kharagpur, India with M.Tech (Biotech) and B.Pharm as his Master’s and Bachelor’s Degrees, respectively. He has around ten years’ experience as a teacher/researcher including 2-years post-doctoral stay at UAB, Spain. He is a recipient of the A4U Postdoctoral Fellowship (Spain), Institute Fellowship (IIT KGP) and GATE Fellowship. He is serving as an International Advisory Panel Member, Elsevier; EBM in & Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. He has been a part of 2 Indian patents, published 37 SCI- papers & 20 Book chapters, edited 1 Book and guided several Ph.D./ M.Tech / B.Tech students.

garlapati.vijaykumar@juit.ac.in
cp_ebm_n-nezafat_001 Nezafat Navid School of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Science Research Center Shiraz University of Medical Science Shiraz Iran

Dr. Nezafat received his Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics in 2014, and his postdoctoral degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from Pharmaceutical Sciences Research, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in 2017. Presently, he has published more than 40 papers in the fields of vaccine design, and protein engineering. His fields of interest are industrial biotechnology, bioinformatics, systems biology, and immunoinformatics.

n.nezafat@srbiau.ac.ir
cp_ebm_bairoch-a_001 Bairoch Amos Department of Human Protein Sciences Swiss-Prot Group Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics Geneva Switzerland

Professor of Bioinformatics and Director of the Department of Human Protein Science at the University of Geneva, Amos Bairoch is head of the CALIPHO group of the SIB - Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics. Until June 2009, Amos headed the Swiss- Prot group which develops the UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot knowledgebase which he created in 1986 as well as the PROSITE and ENZYME databases. He was also co-responsible for the development of ExPASy, the world’s first website dedicated to protein molecular biology. Amos Bairoch’s main work lies in the field of protein sequence analysis and the development of databases and software tools for this purpose. Currently his main activities are focused on the development of neXtProt, a web knowledge platform on human proteins and of the Cellosaurus, a cell line knowledgebase. Amos Bairoch has been awarded several distinctions, among which the European Latsis Prize, the Otto Naegeli Prize and the HUPO Distinguished Achievement Award. He is an ISCB Fellow.

Amos.Bairoch@isb-sib.ch
cp_ebm_elAnsary_ak_at_001 El-Ansary Afaf K. Department of Biochemistry King Saud University Riyadh Saudi Arabia

Afaf El-Ansary, female, biochemist, graduated from the biochemistry department, Ain Shams University, Egypt in 1974. She worked in the National Research Centre, Egypt from 1976-2000, then from 2001-2015 she worked as a teaching staff member in biochemistry department, King Saud University, KSA. Since 2016, she is working as senior scientist in the central laboratory, KSU. She was recognized by the Marquis Who's Who in science and engineering, Eight's edition, 2005-2006. She is a member in a number of national and international societies and she is recorded as reviewer and editorial board member in many international journals. In recent years, she focused on the screening of biochemical markers related to autism with special attention to the role of gut-brain axis and she got more than 140 published papers in high impact factor Journals related to this research interest. She is a member in Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine Society (Moscow).

elansary@ksu.edu.sa
cp_ebm_mcdonagh_b_at_001 McDonagh Brian Department of Medicine NUI Galway Galway Ireland

Currently a lecturer in Physiology at NUI Galway and previously worked as a lecturer at the Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease, University of Liverpool. My primary research focuses on disrupted redox signalling and its relationship to mitochondrial dysfunction in a variety of physiological models in particular skeletal muscle and neuromuscular junctions during ageing. One of the key features of age-related diseases such as neurodegeneration and sarcopenia is the loss of flexibility required for efficient redox signalling that regulates cellular pathways including mitochondrial dynamics, autophagy and proteasomal degradation, ER stress and activation of key transcription factors.

brian.mcdonagh@nuigalway.ie
cp_ebm_ali_a_at_001 Ali Amjad Department of Industrial Biotechnology National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) Islamabad Pakistan

Dr. Amjad Ali working as an Assistant Professor at Atta-ur-Rahman School of Applied Biosciences, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST),since in 2013. He has been actively pursuing a career in both academic and research. Amjad’sgroup produced interesting genomic and proteomic data and findings, thus far, he has contributed more than Ninety (90) Journals (Citations: 1532 and H-index 20) along with 11 book chapters. These International journals include Nature Neuroscience, ScientificReports,Frontiers in Microbiology, and Physiology, Integrative Biology, BMC Genomics and Bioinformatics and J. Bacteriology, etc. Amjad has secured several research grants (as PI andCo-PI), on a highly competitive ground. He also has supervised several PhD and Master Thesis.During the past years, Amjad Ali has been awarded the “Best Research Paper Award” for the year 2013/14 by Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan (2016). Awarded “Best Researcher Award” for the year 2016/17 by ASAB, NUST. Later, awarded with “Research Productivity Award (RPA)” in Biological Sciences (2017) by Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST), 2018.

amjad.ali@asab.nust.edu.pk
cp_ebm_qiu_n_at_001 Qiu Ning College of Food Science and Technology Huazhong Agricultural University Wuhan China

Dr. Ning Qiu research areas include Avian Egg Protein Nutrition and functions. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering from Jiangnan University in 2000 and a PhD in Microbiology from Huazhong Agricultural University in 2010. Currently, he is an Associate Professor at Huazhong Agricultural University. He has a number of honors and scientific publications to his credit.

ningqiu77@hotmail.com
cp_ebm_chen-l_001 Chen Lei College of Information Engineering Shanghai Maritime University Shanghai China 0000-0003-3068-1583 35239693200

Dr. Lei Chen is an Associate of computer science at Shanghai Maritime University. He obtained his Ph.D. from East China Normal University, China, in 2010. His research interest includes bioinformatics, computational biology, graph theory, graph algorithm, algorithm design. Up to now, he has published more than 130 refereed papers. Google scholar showed that his papers have been cited more than 2000 times. Thirteen papers were selected as ESI Highly Cited Paper. Now, he serves as the section editor for Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening and Current Bioinformatics, editorial board member for The Open Bioinformatics Journal, reviewer for Mathematical Reviews.

chlyz34@163.com
cp_ebm_kulkarni-as_001 Kulkarni Mahesh Biochemical Sciences Division Proteomics Facility CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory Pune India

Mahesh Kulkarni is a Scientist at Biochemical Science Division at CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory. His research group is involved in characterization of Advanced glycation end products in diabetes using proteomic approaches and investigate their role in pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications. The long-term goal is to identify diagnostic markers for various diabetic complications, identify drug targets and develop intervention strategies.

mj.kulkarni@ncl.res.in
cp_ebm_Sezgintürk-m-k_001 Sezgintürk Mustafa K. Bioengineering Department Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University Çanakkale Turkey

Mustafa Kemal Sezgintürk is a Professor in the Bioengineering Department at the Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University where he has been a faculty member since 2016. He completed his Ph. D. at Biochemistry Department of Ege Univesity in 2007, Professor Sezgintürk has more than 80 publications and his works are referred over 1500 times in refereed journals, in the field of biosensors. In 2016, He has won the Awards for Outstanding Young Scientist (TÜBA-GEBİP), which is one of the prestigious scientific award.

msezginturk@hotmail.com
cp_ebm_yang-j-sh_001 Yang Jun College of Life Sciences Zhejiang University Zhejiang China

Dr. J. Yang received his PhD degree from Georgia State University in Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry. After his postdoc training at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), he returned to China and became a faculty member at Zhejiang University School of Medicine. He moved to Hangzhou Normal University in 2010 and also held a joint appointment at the National Key Laboratory for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Infectious Disease, Zhejiang University. His research interest focuses on the understanding of the DNA damage response using systems biology approaches. He has co-authored over 150 peer-reviewed publications.

​gastate@zju.edu.cn
cp_ebm_ye-f-sh_001 Ye Fei Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica Zhejiang Sci-tech University Hangzhou China

Fei Ye received a BS degree in Pharmacy from Zhejiang University in 2008 and earned a PhD in Drug Design from Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013. In the same year, she was recruited to Zhejiang Sci-Tech University as an Associate Professor. She is currently focusing on the discovery of novel lead compounds against various targets of diseases, such as bacterial infection and cancers, by combining theoretical and experimental techniques.

yefei@zstu.edu.cn
cp_ebm_yilmaz-s-sh_001 Yilmaz Seval Firat University Elazig Turkey sevyilars@yahoo.com cp_ebm_k-papadimitriou_001 Papadimitriou Konstantinos Laboratory of Dairy Research University of Peloponnese Tripoli Greece

Dr. Konstantinos Papadimitriou received his B.Sc./M.Sc. in Food Science and Technology from the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA, 1998), Greece. He pursued an additional M.Sc. degree in Genetic Manipulation and Molecular Biology from the University of Sussex (2000), UK. Later on, he received his Ph.D. degree in Food Microbiology with a specialization in Dairy Microbiology from AUA (2006). Dr. Papadimitriou has worked in different research projects gaining extensive postdoctoral experience of more than ten years in the technological properties, the Physiology, the Genetics and the Genomics of lactic acid bacteria. He is currently involved in the Metagenomics of fermented foods.

kpapadimitriou@aua.gr
cp_ebm_budroni_001 Budroni Marilena Department of Agricultural Sciences University of Sassari Sassari Italy

Dr. Marilena Budroni obtained her Degree in Agricultural Sciences and PhD in Microbial Biotechnologies at the University of Sassari; Postgraduate in Viticulture and Oenology. She is an Associate Professor in Microbiology, at the University of Sassari. Dr. Budroni Research activities focused on the genetic and physiology of microorganisms of biotechnological interest, more recently focused on brewer yeast strains. Author and co-author of 120 scientific papers including 50 peer reviewed articles on international journals indexed by Scopus and WoS, H index 16. PI of national projects.

mbudroni@uniss.it
cp_ebm_yang_001 Yang Young Department of Biological Sciences Sookmyung Women's University Seoul South Korea

Dr. Young Yang obtained his MS degree in 1990 from the Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea. Later, he received a Ph.D. from the same Institute in 1997. His skills and expertise are in Gene Regulation, Transcription, Transcription Factors and Alternative Splicing. He is presently serving and working as a professor at the Department of Biological Sciences, Sookmyung Women's University in Korea.

doubleyy500@gmail.com
cp_ebm_gonfloni_001 Gonfloni Stefania Department of Biology University of Rome Tor Vergata Rome Italy

Dr. Stefania Gonfloni received a Degree in Biology (LAUREA in Scienze Biologiche, University of Rome "Tor Vergata" Summa cum laude) in 1991. She did Masters in Biophysics (International School for Advanced Studies/ISAS Trieste Italy) in 1993. Later, she did PhD in Biophysics (International School for Advanced Studies/ISAS Trieste, Italy) in 1995. Since 2001, Dr. Gonfloni is an Assistant Professor, Dept. Biology, University of Rome.

sgonf14@gmail.com
cp_ebm_banerrji_001 Banerrji Yajnavalkaa Department of Basic Medical Sciences MBR University of Medicine and Health Sciences Dubai UAE

Dr. Banerrji is a Biochemist trained at The Scripps Research Institute, USA and the Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany. He is currently, an Associate Professor of Biochemistry; and with clinical research focusing on lipid and lipoprotein metabolism, metabolomics, toxinomics (especially concerning arthropod and reptilian venom), coagulation biochemistry and anticoagulants; is involved in medical education, curriculum and course-design and delineation of student assessment policies. He is the lead author on several key publications concerning lipid metabolism and anticoagulants and has two international patents.

yaj.banerjee@gmail.com
cp_ebm_imperlini-e_001 Imperlini Esther Department of Movement Sciences and Wellness CEINGE Biotecnologie Avanzate s.c.a r.l. Naples Italy

Esther Imperlini is a post-doctoral research associate at IRCCS SDN of Naples, Italy and Adjunct Professor at Department of Movement Sciences and Wellness, University of Naples ‘‘Parthenope’’, Italy. She obtained her PhD in Chemical Sciences from the University of Naples ‘‘Federico II’’; her Residency in Clinical Biochemistry from the University of Naples ‘‘Federico II’’; and her post-doctoral training from CEINGE-Biotecnologie Avanzate s.c.a r.l. of Naples, Italy. She currently focuses on the physiopathological processes in biomedical fields through the most advanced methods in proteomics.

esther.imperlini@unina.it
cp_ebm_lemaire-c_001 Lemaire Claire Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Structural Biology Institute of Integrative Biology of the Cell Paris France

Claire Lemaire is biochemist specialized in membrane proteins at the Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell (I2BC) in Gif-sur-Yvette (France). She began her career in the photosynthesis field on the assembly and regulation of photosynthetic complexes (I.B.P.C., Paris). She then joined the C.N.R.S. (French National Center for Scientific Research) where she acquired a solid expertise in the respiratory complexes. These last years, she has developed a research project with her group focusing on the regulation of mitochondrial proteins by phosphorylation combining molecular biology, biochemistry and mass spectrometry.

claire.lemaire@cea.fr
cp_ebm_cunha-cv_001 Cunha Celso V. Medical Microbiology Unit Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine NOVA University Lisboa Portugal

Celso Cunha has a PhD in Biology from Lisbon University. He leads a research group whose main interests are related to the molecular and celular biology of Hepatitis B and D viruses. Celso Cunha is author of more than fourty publications in peer-reviewed journals. He has an extensive experience of revieweing manuscripts for several journals and project evaluation for different funding agencies. Celso Cunha is currently Associate Professor of Microbiology in the Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, NOVA University, Lisbon where also coordinates a Master program in biomedical sciences

CCunha@ihmt.unl.pt
cp_ebm_messina-a_001 Messina Angela Department of Biological, Geological and Environmental Sciences (BIOMLG) University of Catania Catania Italy

Prof. Angela Messina is Associate Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Catania (Italy). Her research activities focused on the study of the structure/function relationships of transmembrane mitochondrial transport proteins with special emphasis on channel-forming protein porin (VDAC or Voltage Dependent Anion selective Channel). Prof. Messina has co-authored more than 80 scientific publications on international journals indexed by Scopus and WoS, H index 23. PI of national projects.

​mess@unict.it
cp_ebm_Abrol_001 Abrol Ravinder Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry California State University Northridge CA USA

Ravinder Abrol is an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University Northridge, California. He received his PhD in Chemistry from California Institute of Technology. He applies chemical and biophysical principles to understand the role of protein function in signaling and to elucidate the molecular basis of specific diseases. He developed computational methods to predict the structure and functional activity of GPCRs, to predict protein-protein interactions, and to rationally design drugs with minimal side-effects. The computational studies are tightly coupled to experiments in order to generate and test hypotheses about the role of specific proteins and mutations in the normal and disease state of cells.

ravinder.abrol@csun.edu
Adav Sunil S. Division of Structural Biology and Biochemistry Nanyang Technological University Nanyang Drive Singapore ssadav@ntu.edu.sg cp_ebm_ge_001 Ge Feng Institute of Hydrobiology Chinese Academy of Sciences Wuhan, Hubei China

Dr. Ge is a Professor of Institute of Hydrobiology (IHB), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). He is the awardees of Hundred Talents Program of CAS, Leader of Functional Proteomics Group of IHB. His group is using state-of-the-art mass spectrometric methods for identification of proteins and for characterizing post-translational modifications in signal transduction pathways and in the analysis human and several different organisms. They are using different techniques to quantitate levels of protein as well as post-translational modifications. They are also developing computational methods that allow us to extract annotated information from existing databases including genomic databases while performing searches using MS-derived data.

gefeng@ihb.ac.cn
cp_ebm_palmieri_001 Palmieri Gianna Institute of Biosciences and BioResources IBP-Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Napoli Italy

Dr Gianna Palmieri is a Researcher of the Institute of Biosciences and Bioresources at National Council of Research (IBBR-CNR). She got her degree in Chemistry (1989) and a Specialization in Advanced Biotechnology (1994) at University of Naples. She attended (1990-1991) the Department of Chemistry at MIT, Boston (USA). She is a senior group leader and her research focuses on structure/function relationship of proteins and enzymes and their biotechnological applications. She is responsible /or coordinator of several European and Regional projects. She is reviewer of international journals and she has authored 50 publications on international peer-reviewed journals receiving over 2500 citations.

gianna.palmieri@ibbr.cnr.it
Nyalwidhe Julius O. Department of Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology Leroy T. Canoles Jr. Cancer Research Center Virginia USA nyalwijo@evms.edu Kumarathasan Prem Faculty of Health Sciences Analytical Biochemistry and Proteomics Laboratory North Dakota ND Canada premkumari.kumarathasan@canada.ca cp_ebm_han_001 Han Kyungsook Department of Computer Engineering Inha University Inchon South Korea

Kyungsook Han is a professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Inha University, Incheon, Korea. She received a BS cum laude from Seoul National University in 1983, an MS cum laude in Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 1985, another MS in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, USA in 1989, and a PhD in Computer Science from Rutgers University, USA in 1994. Her research areas include bioinformatics, visualization, and learning.

khan@inha.ac.kr
cp_ebm_taylor_001 Taylor Nicolas L. School of Molecular Sciences ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology The University of Western Australia Perth Australia

Nic Taylor completed his undergraduate studies and MSc at Massey University, New Zealand and in 2000 moved to The university of Western Australia to undertake his PhD. After his PhD he was awarded and European Molecular Biology Organization Long Term Fellowship to study at the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Oxford, UK. He was recruited back to UWA in 2006 to the newly established ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology. Here he has applied and developed a wide range of quantitative proteomics approaches and used these in a wide range of research projects. His lab seeks gain a comprehensive understanding of how metabolites, proteins and lipids within plant cells respond to extremes of temperature and salt.

nicolas.taylor@uwa.edu.au
cp_ebm_terenzi_001 Terenzi Hernan F. Department of Pharmacy Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Florianópolis Brazil

Hernán Terenzi received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil (1993). After postdoctoral training at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, France, he returned to Brazil to the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina as an adjunct professor (1998) and is currently Full Professor of Biochemistry. The Terenzi laboratory studies structure/function relationships in phosphatases and also bioinorganic models of metalloenzymes. Current projects address the development of tyrosine phosphatase inhibitors and mechanisms of activity modulation, as well as the search for novel metal artificial hydrolases. He is a research fellow from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq).

hernan.terenzi@ufsc.br
cp_ebm_baccari_001 Baccari Maria C. Department of Physiological Sciences University of Florence Florence Italy mcaterina.baccari@unifi.it Brakhop Angela B. University of Arkansas Little Rock AR USA cp_ebm_ceciliani_001 Ceciliani Fabrizio Department of Veterinary Medicine Università di Milano Milano Italy

Fabrizio Ceciliani, DVM, PhD, is an Associated Professor of Veterinary Pathology at the University of Milano. He graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Milano. In 1994 gained a PhD in Biochemistry and in 1995 gained a post doc position in Molecular Biology at the University of Milano. Current interests include the immune response in white blood cells and the involvement of adipose tissue in innate immune response. He teaches Molecular Pathology at the School of Veterinary Biotechnology of the University of Milano.

Fabrizio.Ceciliani@unimi.it
Chang Huan-Tsung Department of Chemistry National Taiwan University Taipei Taiwan changht@ntu.edu.tw cp_ebm_daly_001 Daly Norelle Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine Centre for Molecular Therapeutics University of Queensland Queensland Australia

Dr. Norelle Daly obtained a Doctorate in Biochemistry from The University of Queensland, Brisbane. Her research involves the use of NMR spectroscopy to study peptides with therapeutic potential, and she has been centrally involved in determining the structures of more than 50 cystine-rich peptides including peptides isolated from plants, cone-snails, bacteria, spiders and frogs. She has authored more than 150 manuscripts and is an inventor on three patents. Currently she is a Professor at James Cook University, Cairns where her research focuses on peptides involved in anti-inflammatory diseases and wound healing.

norelle.daly@jcu.edu.au
cp_ebm_petersen_001 Hartmann-Petersen Rasmus Department of Biology University of Copenhagen Copenhagen Denmark

Dr. Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen is an associate professor at the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He has nearly 20 years of experience in research on protein misfolding, degradation and the ubiquitin-proteasome system. In his research Dr. Hartmann-Petersen utilizes a combination of genetics, cell biology and proteomics techniques on yeast and mammalian cells.

rhpetersen@aki.ku.dk
cp_ebm_herman_001 Herman Petr Department of Inorganic Chemistry Faculty of Science Charles University Prague Czech Republic

Dr. Herman obtained his doctorate (Ph.D.) in biophysics from the Charles University, Czech Republic. Currently Dr. Herman is a full professor of molecular and biological structures at the Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Prague. He has published more than 90 scientific publications and is a named inventor of 6 issued U.S. and Czech patents.

herman@karlov.mff.cuni.cz
cp_ebm_hondermarck_001 Hondermarck Hubert School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy University of Newcastle Callaghan Australia

Hubert Hondermarck is Professor of medical biochemistry at the University of Newcastle (Australia). Hubert has over 25 years of experience with cancer proteomics, starting with 2D electrophoresis and up to now with high-resolution mass spectrometry analyses. He received a PhD in neurobiochemistry from the University of Lille (France) and was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California Irvine where he worked on deciphering neuronal cell signaling by using proteomics. He was first to discover the role of neurotrophic growth factors in breast cancer and was head of a cancer research unit at the French National Institute of Health. Hubert was also the Chair of the French proteomics society and a member of the HUPO board of directors. Hubert current research involves proteomics and focuses on studying the crosstalk between the nervous system and cancer, with the objective of translating this basic knowledge into innovative new strategies for cancer management.

hubert.hondermarck@univ-lille1.fr
cp_ebm_huck_001 Huck Christian W. CCB - Center for Chemistry and Biomedicine Leopold-Franzens University Innsbruck Austria

Dr. Christian W. Huck currently holds a position of a full professor for analytical chemistry at Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck, Austria. Currently, Prof. Huck is also guest professor at Kwansei Gakuin University (Sanda, Hyogo, Japan). He has published more than 200 scientific publications describing new analytical attempts in vibrational spectroscopy (different modes of infrared and Raman) and separation science including mass spectrometry (LC, SPE, CE, CEC, -MS, MALDI) and is a named inventor of 14 issued international patents. Prof. Huck has received several international awards (e.g., Buechi, Euregio, Swarovski etc).

Christian.W.Huck@uibk.ac.at
cp_ebm_komatsu_001 Komatsu Setsuko National Institute of Crop Science Tsukuba Japan

Setsuko Komatsu is a Chief of Field Omics Research Unit at National Institute of Crop Science and a Professor at University of Tsukuba, Japan. She employed at Meiji Pharmaceutical University and then also Medicine at Keio University, school of Medicine. Since 1990, she started working on plant proteomics using protein sequencer and mass spectrometry by a present official position. Her main research interests are within the field of crop proteomics, biochemistry and molecular biology with a special focus on signal transduction in cell. She has authored more than 300 manuscripts on plant omics research.

komatsu.setsuko.fu@u.tsukuba.ac.jp
Kozak Maciej Department of Macromolecular Physics A. Mickiewicz University Poznan Poland mkozak@amu.edu.pl cp_ebm_molloy_001 Molloy Mark P. Department of Molecular Sciences The University of Sydney Sydney Australia

Professor Mark Molloy’s expertise is centered on the development and application of proteomic analyses for addressing problems in the life-sciences. His expertise in the use of mass spectrometry as the core analytical technique supports collaborative research in many science and biomedical areas, where he has a particularly strong focus towards translational cancer research. A major theme has been the development of new mass spectrometry workflows for quantitative targeted proteomic analyses. This has enabled investigation of important questions, such as the molecular characterization of colon, thyroid and pancreatic cancers, melanomas and some lung cancers. The information has been used to identify prognostic and predictive protein biomarkers. More recently, he has opened a new research direction to use high resolution mass spectrometry for pharmacokinetic monitoring of cancer drug levels in cancer patients and to explore analysis from dried blood spots. Mark’s leadership and international standing in the application of proteomics is evidenced by outstanding grant success (career total $42.9M), publications (>150), Scopus citations (>5,000) and HDR student completions (14). He was the Director of the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility 2010-18 where his team provided expertise and world-class proteomic infrastructure to ~100 external academic and industry end-users each year. Mark completed his PhD in proteomic sciences from Macquarie University under the supervision of Keith Williams before conducting post-doctoral research at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, USA. He then worked in the US pharmaceutical industry at Pfizer Inc for four years. He returned to Australia to carry out a National Health and Medical Research Council career development award fellowship on colorectal cancer (CRC) biomarker proteins before becoming Director of APAF. He is an Honorary Professor in the Department of Molecular Sciences and Professor at The University of Sydney.

mark.molloy@pfizer.com
cp_ebm_sakaguchi_001 Sakaguchi Kazuyasu Department of Chemistry Hokkaido University Sapporo Japan

Dr. Kazuyasu Sakaguchi received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Kyushu University, Japan in 1989. In 1989, he joined a group of Dr. Ettore Appella at National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, USA. From 1989 to 1999, he was a postdoctoral fellow, associate fellow, and staff scientist at the NIH. He moved to Kyushu University as an Associate Professor in 1999. In 2003, he joined to the Department of Chemistry, Hokkaido University as a full Professor. His recent research has focused on structure and function of tumor suppressor protein p53, especially the tetramer formation of p53, and function and regulation of oncogenic protein phosphatase PPM1D. His research interest also includes development of functionalized nanowire based on self-assembly of modified amyloid peptides. Dr. Sakaguchi has published more than 130 articles (total citations are over 13,000 and h-index is 52).

kazuyasu@sci.hokudai.ac.jp
cp_ebm_sechi_001 Sechi Salvatore Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolic Diseases National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Bethesda MD USA

Salvatore Sechi received his Doctoral degree in biology/biochemistry from the University of Padua in Italy in 1987. He joined the National Institutes of Health as a Fogarty fellow in 1990. While a Fogarty fellow he was trained in protein chemistry; he contributed to the cloning of several novel genes and patented several unique methods for protein sequence analysis. In 1995, he joined, as research associate, the Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry and Gaseous Ion Chemistry at The Rockefeller University, where he developed several novel methods for protein characterization and quantification by mass spectrometry. In 1998/99 he worked as a principal investigator at Dupont and was appointed as a visiting professor at the University of Padua. In 2000 Dr. Sechi was appointed head of the mass spectrometry unit at the National Institute on Aging, and in 2001 he accepted his current position as Program Director in Proteomics and Systems Biology at the National Institutes of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. In his current role, Dr. Sechi has been managing several projects that are at the forefront in the application of proteomics to human diseases.

Salvatore_Sechi@NIH.GOV
cp_ebm_song_001 Song Guang Department of Computer science Iowa State University Iowa IA USA

Dr. Guang Song is currently an associate professor of computer science, computational biology and bioinformatics at Iowa State University. He obtained his Masters degree in Physics and PhD degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. He has published over 50 scientific publications. His work on mapping ligand migration pathways in dynamic proteins received the NSF CAREER award.

gsong@iastate.edu
cp_ebm_thevis_001 Thevis Mario Institute of Biochemistry German Sport University Cologne Cologne Germany

Dr Thevis (*1973) graduated in organic chemistry and sports sciences in 1998. He earned his PhD in Biochemistry in 2001 and did post-doctoral research at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2002. After being a senior researcher from 2003 to 2005 he was appointed as Professor for Preventive Doping Research at the German Sport University Cologne in 2006. Mario Thevis further qualified as Forensic Chemist, acts as director of the European Monitoring Center for Emerging Doping Agents (EuMoCEDA), and is Editor-in-Chief of DRUG TESTING & ANALYSIS. Since 2014, Professor Thevis is also vice president for research at the German Sport University Cologne.

m.thevis@biochem.dshs-koeln.de
Volpi Nicola Department of Life Sciences University of Modena & Reggio Emilia Modena Italy volpi.nicola@unimore.it
Associate Editorial Board Members cp_ebm_Mohanta-sh_001 Mohanta Tapan Kumar Department of Biotech & Omics University of Nizwa Nizwa Oman

Dr. Tapan Kumar Mohanta is presently serving as a Researcher in the University of Nizwa Oman. Before joining the University of Nizwa, Dr. Mohanta was working as a Research Professor in Yeungnam University, Gyeongsan, South Korea from April 2014 to February 2018. Dr. Mohanta also worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pant Nagar, India from September 2011 to April 2012 and National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi, India from April 2012 to March 2014. Dr. Mohanta has completed his MS Bioinformatics (2007) and PhD degree (2011) from University of Turin, Italy and M.Sc. Biotechnology (2006) degree from North Orissa University, India. Dr. Mohanta has published more than 50 SCI/SCI-E indexed research publications in Q1, Q2, and Q3 journals in the field of plant genomics, proteomics, molecular biology and metabolomics. Dr. Mohanta has contributed several book chapters and other research publications as well.

55115777100 https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ISgt43oAAAAJ&hl=en tapan.mohanta@unizwa.edu.om
cp_ebm_tung-ns_001 Ngo Son T. Orcid Ton Duc Thang University Ho Chi Minh Vietnam

Dr. Son Tung Ngo is head of the Laboratory of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics at Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He has been applying computational studies to understand the conformation of misfolding proteins, structural change of metalloproteins, and the nature of protein-ligand interactions. He is investigating the misfolding structure of Aβ peptides in various environments in order to enhance AD therapy by using extensive and intensive MD simulations. The structure change of metalloproteins is currently evaluating by using both MD and QM calculations. He is also developing computational approaches to estimate the binding free energy between protein-ligand. The potential inhibitor for Aβ peptide, AChE, BACE1, etc. is screening via the binding affinity estimation.

0000-0003-1034-1768 57195720517
cp_ebm_ismail_mn_at_001 Ismail Mohd N. Universiti Sains Malaysia Penang Malaysia

Mohd Nazri Ismail is a Senior Lecturer in the Analytical Biochemistry Research Centre (ABrC) at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Nazri received his Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry, Hons.) degree from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Molecular Biosciences from Imperial College London. During his PhD training under the supervision of Anne Dell and Stuart Haslam, he studied the O-glycan structures in health and disease conditions of a mouse model. His current research focuses on mass spectrometric characterisation of proteins, lipids and small molecules in medicinal plants and animals. To date he has published over 20 journal articles and two research books.

mdnazri@usm.my
cp_ebm_chiappetta-g-sh_001 Chiappetta Giovanni French National Centre for Scientific Research Paris France

Giovanni Chiappetta is a Research Engineer at CNRS France since 2010. He has a chemist and is a specialist of mass spectrometry and protein chemistry. He got his PhD in chemistry in 2009 with a joint thesis between University of Naples Federico II and University of Paris Pierre et Marie Curie. He got the French “Hablitation à la direction des recherches” (HDR) in chemistry in 2018. His field of interest is the study of the cysteine oxidative PTMs. More precisely, he focuses his activity on the analytical aspects of the detection and quantification of PTMs combining organic chemistry, protein chemistry and mass spectrometry.

giovanni.chiappetta@espci.fr
cp_ebm_hakeem-kr_001 Hakeem Khalid R. Department of Biological Sciences King Abdulaziz University Jeddah Saudi Arabia

Dr. Hakeem is presently working as Associate Professor at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He completed his Ph.D. (Botany; specialization in Plant Ecophysiology and Molecular Biology) from Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India in 2011. He authored and edited more than 33 books with International publishers, including Springer Nature, Academic Press (Elsevier), CRC Press etc. He has to his credit more than 71 research publications in peer reviewed international journals and 49 book chapters in edited volumes with international publishers. At the present, he is serving as the Editorial board member and reviewer of several high impact international Scientific Journals.

kur.hakeem@gmail.com
cp_ebm_f-guo_001 Guo Fei School of Computer Science and Technology Tianjin University Tianjin China

Dr. Fei Guo is an Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University. She received the B.S. degree and the Ph.D. degree from Shandong University, in 2007 and 2012, respectively. She was a Postdoctoral Fellow at City University of Hong Kong between 2012 and 2013. Her research is in the areas of bioinformatics, computational biology, machine learning, and proteomics. She has published more than 40 SCI papers. Several related works have been published by Bioinformatics, Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, RECOMB2013, ISMB2014, etc.

guofeieileen@163.com
cp_ebm_go-elpek_001 Elpek Gülsüm Ö. Department of Pathology Akdeniz University Medical School Antalya Turkey

Dr. Gülsüm Özlem Elpek has obtained MD and Ph.D. (Pathology) from the Akdeniz University Medical School, Antalaya, Turkey. She has been teaching the residents pathological aspects of gastrointestinal, liver and pancreatic diseases since 2000. Most of her teaching sessions involve macroscopic and Histopathological evaluation of surgical resections and biopsy materials. Dr. Elpek has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles in the field of Surgical Pathology. She is a member of Turkish Society of Gastroenterology, Turkish Society of Pathology, Turkish Association for the study of the liver, and European Society of Pathology.

elpek@akdeniz.edu.tr
cp_ebm_l-xu_001 Xu Liangliang Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine Guangzhou China

Dr. Liangliang Xu obtained his PhD Degree from the department of orthopaedics and traumatology, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012. In the last ten years, his focus was on the basic and applied study of mesenchymal stem cells, and emphasized studying the basic factors and related signaling pathways that regulate proliferation, apoptosis and differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells. In the year 2016, he joined in Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine as a Professor. Overall, Dr. Xu has published 38 SCI papers, including 15 papers as the first author and corresponding author.

xu-liangustc@hotmail.com
cp_ebm_d-sharma_001 Sharma Divakar Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh India

Dr. Divakar Sharma, Ph.D., is a biotechnologist recognized in the field of Microbial Proteome research, particularly for Tuberculosis and other diseases (especially in Drug resistance and Drug-induced studies). Dr. Sharma has studied at many universities and holds multiple degrees, including an M.Sc. degree in Biotechnology from the C.S.J.M. University, India, and a Ph.D. degree in Biotechnology from the Jiwaji University, India. He is distinguished as one of the best researchers in the field of microbial proteomics and Bioinformatics. Dr. Sharma has published over 25 research articles in journals of international repute, and serves as Editorial board member as well as Reviewer for several journals.

divakarsharma88@gmail.com
cp_ebm_Giri_001 Giri Rajanish Indian Institute of Technology Mandi India

Dr. Giri did his PhD from Sapenza University of Rome, Italy and later postdoc from McMaster University. Dr Giri works on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and the folding perspectives. He also works on Zika virus, Chikungunya virus and other emerging infectious diseases.

rajanishgiri@iitmandi.ac.in
cp_ebm_x-bi_001 Bi Xiaolin Department of Biological Sciences Dalian Medical University Dalian China

Professor Bi was born in Lanzhou city, China. He received his B.S. in Biochemistry from Lanzhou University and his Ph.D. in Pathogen Biology from Chinese Academy of Preventative Medicine. After postdoctoral training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, USA, he returned to Chinese Academy of Sciences to begin his independent career as a principal investigator in 2008. He currently is a tenured full professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Genetics. He also serves as the associate dean of College of Basic Medical Sciences, Chair of Biological Sciences at Dalian Medical University.

xl2000bi@163.com
cp_ebm_nayak_001 Nayak Surendra K. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lovely Professional University Phagwara India

Dr. Nayak is an Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Lovely Professional University (LPU), India. He is also a member of review panel for research project proposals of SERB (DST, GoI) and panel member of Department Doctoral Board for Chemistry (LPU) and reviewer of various scientific journals. He has more than 13 years of experience in research and teaching (Medicinal Chemistry) aimed at identification of novel molecular probes for protein interaction study. He has published and presented more than 60 papers and has supervised more than 20 scientific projects for UG and PG students.

surendra_niper@yahoo.com
cp_ebm_tang_001 Tang Kai-Fu Wenzhou Medical University Wenzhou China

Dr. Tang received his M.D. from Chongqing Medical University, and Ph.D. from Chongqing University. Currently, he is the director of the Digestive Cancer Center of The First Affiliated Hospital, Wenzhou Medical University. He investigated and explored that Dicer, a key enzyme in the RNAi pathway, is essential for genome stability. The goal of Tang laboratory is to understand the role of Dicer in DNA damage, inflammation and cancer.

tang_kaifu@wmu.edu.cn
cp_ebm_zhou-t_001 Zhou Tao The Affiliated Wuxi Maternity and Child Health Care Hospital of Nanjing Medical University Jiangsu China

Dr. Tao Zhou obtained his doctoral degree in reproductive medicine from Nanjing Medical University in 2014. Recent years, he mainly participated in the study of male reproduction using various proteomic strategies, and was in charge of proteomic data analysis and database construction. Currently, he presided over several scientific research projects at both the national and provincial levels, which were aimed to develop next-generation proteomic softwares and as well as to bring proteomics from bench to bedside for better diagnosis of male infertility and cancers.

zhoutao@njmu.edu.cn
cp_ebm_chutipongtanate-s_001 Chutipongtanate Somchai Department of Pediatrics Mahidol University Bangkok Thailand

Dr. Somchai Chutipongtanate obtained a Doctorate in Immunology from Mahidol University and is fully trained in Pediatrics specialty at Ramathibodi Hospital, Thailand. His current research involves the use of proteomic technologies including 2DE-MS and DIA/SWATH-MS for better understanding of complex pathophysiology of kidney diseases and discovery of candidate biomarkers in urine and exosome biomarkers with consistent results. Dr. Chutipongtanate also works in collaboration with basic scientists and clinicians in the area of pediatric translational medicine involving cellular immunotherapy in oncology, discovery of new therapeutic targets in pediatric diseases and deciphering protective effects of human breast milk by peptide-based technology.

schuti.rama@gmail.com
Executive Guest Editor cp_ebm_imperlini-sh_001 Imperlini Esther University of Naples Naples Italy

Esther Imperlini is a post-doctoral research associate at IRCCS SDN of Naples, Italy and Adjunct Professor at Department of Movement Sciences and Wellness, University of Naples ‘‘Parthenope’’, Italy. She obtained her PhD in Chemical Sciences from the University of Naples ‘‘Federico II’’; her Residency in Clinical Biochemistry from the University of Naples ‘‘Federico II’’; and her post-doctoral training from CEINGE-Biotecnologie Avanzate s.c.a r.l. of Naples, Italy. She currently focuses on the physiopathological processes in biomedical fields through the most advanced methods in proteomics.

esther.imperlini@unina.it
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